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Full text of "Treatise On Analysis Vol-Ii"

INDEX

In the following index the first reference number refers to the number of the chapter in
which the subject may be found and the second to the section within the chapter.

Abel's partial summation formula:  12.7,

prob. 9 and 13.21, prob. 6
Absolute continuity: 13.15
Absolute value of a continuous operator:

15.11, prob. 6

Absolute value of a measure: 13.3
Absorbing set: 12.13
Action of a group on a set: 12.10
Adjoint of an element of an algebra with

involution: 15.4

Adjoint of an unbounded operator: 15.12
Algebra with involution: 15.4
Algebra without radical: 15.2, prob. 7
Almost every where: 13.6
Approximative po int-spectrum: 15.11,

prob. 9

Atomic measure: 13.18
Automorphism of a topological group: 12.8

Beurling algebra: 15.1, prob. 4
Beurling's theorem: 15.11, prob. 3
Bieberbach's inequality: 14.3, prob. 9
BirkhofTs ergodic theorem: 13.9, prob. 12
Bitrace: 15.7

Bochner-Godement theorem: 15.9
Bohl's theorem: 13.4, prob. 7
Borel-Cantelli theorem: 13.21, prob. 10
Bounded above, below: 12.7
Bounded complex measure: 13.20
Bounded in measure: 13.12
Bounded measure, bounded positive meas-
ure: 13.9

Bounded real-valued function: 12.7
Bounded subset (of a topological vector

space): 12.14

Brunn-Minkowski inequality: 14.2,
prob. 3

B

Baire's theorem: 12.16
Balanced set: 12.13
Banach algebra: 15.1
Banach's principle: 13.12, prob. 12
Banach's theorem: 12.16
Banach-Steinhaus theorem: 12.16
Barycenter: 13.10, prob. 2
Bernoulli scheme: 13.21, prob. 18
Bernstein polynomials: 13.4, prob. 9

Canonical extension of a measure: 13.1
Canonical symmetry in a product: 12.5
Canonical topology on a finite-dimensional

vector space: 12.13
Cantor's "diagonal trick": 12.5
Cap (in a convex set): 12.15, prob. 5
Carleman's criterion, Carleman's inequality:

15.13, prob. 5

Cauchy sequence (in a metrizable topolo-
gical group): 12.9

447961.tions of Analysis." Chelsea, New York, 1951.